For those looking to retire in the next five years, market volatility is extra unsettling. Retirement expert Ed Slott has advice about what investors should be doing to protect themselves in these tumultuous times.
The world barely moved the needle when it comes to closing the gender gap, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2018.
Last year, Americans donated $300 million to charities globally, and Tuesday starts the “season of giving,” says Michael Thatcher, CEO of Charity Navigator, an organization that verifies and rates charities. “The holiday season is a popular time to give because we’re already giving to our families,
Caleb Wilde considers himself a “thoroughbred” when it comes to the funeral home business. Wilde is a sixth-generation funeral home director on his father’s side, and has four generations of funeral directors on his mother’s side. As a child, “we played hide and go seek in caskets,” Wilde says.
Sara Bliss, author of "Take The Leap: Change your life, Change your career," gives advice on how to turn your dream into your career by giving real life examples and stories of people who changed their day jobs and reinvented themselves to achieve their ideal lifestyle.
If you're putting hours and hours into your fantasy football draft, the waiver wire and matchup prep, you could be using the same set of skills to invest in the stock market.
Anyone can start putting their money to work right away. Yahoo Finance's Jeanie Ahn interviews Jean Chatzky of HerMoney.com for her tips on how to start investing.
Is it time to raise the Social Security retirement age? A higher retirement age would reduce the number of years on average that people receive benefits, as a way to cut program costs. In a report issued by the Urban Institute last month, Richard W. Johnson examines the arguments in favor and against
Jeanie Knigin, financial advisor to widows and divorcees, explains how women who don't control the financies in their family should 'get involved.'
Who would have thought five or 10 years ago that the House and Senate agricultural committees would use a farm bill to amend the Controlled Substances Act and remove hemp — part of the cannabis family and a distant cousin to marijuana — from its class 5 category and reclassify it as a lesser class 1
Decades after the U.S. stopped institutionalizing kids because large and crowded orphanages were causing lasting trauma, it is happening again. The federal government has placed most of the 14,300 migrant toddlers, children and teens in its care in detention centers and residential facilities packed
It’s no secret that many millennials entered the labor market during tough times. Not only did the Great Recession challenge their abilities to find a quality job—rising tuition costs and limited access to retirement plans have put this generation at risk of not saving enough for retirement. Millennials
The Roots are one of the most versatile bands on the planet, and when Ariana Grande brought her new single “Imagine” to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Tuesday night, they brought out the song’s inherent soulfulness in inimitable fashion. Toward the end of the track, Grande shows off her range
When regulations are cut, it’s more about aiding politically important special interest groups than furthering free-market principles.